Common Seabuckthorn Seeds - 12 Seeds - Fast Growing, Bright orange clusters of fruits, USDA Zones 2a-9b

Common Seabuckthorn Seeds - 12 Seeds - Fast Growing, Bright orange clusters of fruits, USDA Zones 2a-9b

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Common Seabuckthorn
Hippophae rhamnoides
Butrckthorn, Sea Buckthorn, Sandthorn, Sallowthorn, Seaberry

Description: Fast growing deciduous shrub to small tree with bright Orange clusters of fruits. From a distinctive landscape planting to uses as a medicinal oil, salve, poultice, and aromatherapy source, the uses of the Sea Buckthorn are almost unlimited. Many grow this beautiful tree for the amazing clusters of fruits each year.
USDA Zones: 2a – 9a
Soil: Well drained loamy soils
Soil pH: 6.2 to 6.8
Sun: Full sun to partial shade. Will; do better and produce more berries in sunnier locations.
Water: Water when establishing in planting location, support in times of drought. Do not overwater.
Native Habitat: Europe from the lower extents of alpine and arctic expanses to the Mediterranean.
Habit and Form: A large, deciduous shrub, spreading, rounded crown, 10' to 25' tall, with an equal or greater width, medium to fine texture, medium growth rate,
Summer Foliage: Alternate leaf arrangement, simple, deciduous leaves, linear, 1" to 3" long, entire leaf margin, silver green leaf color,
Autumn Foliage: Grayish-green fall color
Flowers: Yellowish flowers, blooms in march, borne in racemes, not showy
Fruit: Orange, egg-shaped drupe, .50 inch in diameter and up to 2.5 inches in length. The fruits persist through winter.
Bark: Slender stems, pubescent, brownish
Culture: Full sun, salt tolerant, Landscape uses extensive and almost unlimited.
Use: Winter fruit effect, silvery summer foliage, mass or grouping, border, screen, seaside planting.
Pests: None serious
Other Information: More than 80% or about 75,800 sq. miles of the world's natural sea buckthorn habitat is found in China, Mongolia, Russia, northern Europe, and Canada, where the plant is used for soil, water and wildlife conservation, anti-desertification/reclamation purposes, and consumer products. Used extensively in the Middle East for desert reclamation and stabilization, as well as for harvest for oils and aromatics.

Materials: 12 Common Seabuckthorn Seeds